Roofing materials

Roofing material options are more abundant than ever and choosing the right product for your roof is as important as the contractor you hire to install it. Roofing Material manufactured by us is extensively used for constructing roofs of both residential and well as commercials sectors.

. Light in weight properties and a robust fixing method masks these materials effective against extreme weather conditions. Providing complete protection to buildings from heat, cold and rain, our range of materials are offered as per the industrial requirements.

Features:

  1. 100% weather resistant and water proof.
  2. Maintenance free
  3. Rust proof and very long life.
  4. More dimensional stability.
  5. Protected by UV rays
  6. Smooth finishing.

Applications:

  1. Office buildings and Residential buildings.

Asphalt composition shingles:

These are the most common roofing material used in this country today and also generally these sheets are least expensive. These are vulnerable to wind and ice damage. The fiberglass shingles are the most popular choice between the two versions. Lighter-colored asphalt shingles reduce cooling costs.

These are the most popular type of roofing for homes, comprising over 80% of residential roofing market.

These materials are made up of paper fiber mat or fiber glass impregnated with asphalt  and coated with mineral granules, the appearance is good,  also it is eco-friendly, high durability,  moderate in weight and reasonable price.

Asphalt architectural shingles:

Architectural shingles are known as laminated or dimensional shingles and they are made up of 2 layers bonded together with an asphalt sealant. These shingles are more durable and has greater fire protection and resistive to wind.

These shingles are more expensive and gives a beautiful, multi-dimensional and varied effect on a roof. Although these shingles are more eco-friendly and recyclable.

Clay Tile:

Clay tile is considered a lifetime roof. It is now created by firing or baking moulded clay into tile in a high-temperature furnace. Traditionally, clay tile was formed by hand.Benefits of this type of roofing material is it includes more life span, less maintenance and fire protection.

Compare to other roofing materials clay tile is more expensive but its beauty and natural appearance often greater the cost for home owners looking for an attractive roofing material to enhance their property.

This material is often breakable so walking on the tiles is left to professionals. While brittle and heavy, clay tiles can last a long time and fire resistant.

These materials are made from natural clay which is fired in a kiln, appearance is good,  also it is eco-friendly, high durability, less maintenance , heavy weight and more expensive

Concrete tile:

These tiles is generally composed of cement, sand and water and this material comes in variety of finishes, colors and styles as well as cuts and shapes. Concrete is an excellent choice for a long life span, low maintenance and durability. Concrete tile is durable enough to walk on, energy efficient and natural insulation to noise.

These are less expensive than clay tiles and heavy but long-lasting , material is made from mixture of Portland cement and sand, eco-friendly, and fire resistant.

Obsolete tile:

Historic restoration roofing projects often times necessitate locating obsolete clay or concrete tile. Vintage/historic and claimed tile is a rather large niche business in the roofing industry.

Metal:

Metal roofing materials come in steel, aluminium, copper and alloy strips with steel holding the most popular spot with consumers. Metal is more expensive than asphalt and it is long-lasting and wind resistant.

Features:

  1. Fully recyclable.
  2. Fire resistant
  3. More durable
  4. Maintenance free
  5. Light-weight
  6. Eco-friendly

Slate:

Slate is one of the oldest roofing materials. Natural slate stone is fireproof and available in variety of colours and shapes. It is most expensive than other materials and resists both wind and fire.

Features:

  1. Slate is durable
  2. Requires less maintenance
  3. Waterproof
  4. Slate can also be breakable and requires very specialised installation.
  5. Good fire and wind resistant
  6. Eco-friendly
  7. Very expensive and requires specially trained workers to install.
  8. Made from natural slate rock.